The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (AIHP) is now accepting applications for 2021 AIHP PhD Research Support Grants. The deadline for receipt of applications is March 1, 2021. The AIHP PhD Research Support Grant Program encourages academic research by doctoral candidates on topics related to the (broadly defined) history of pharmacy and pharmaceuticals.
Resilience, Resistance, Renovation, and Rebirth Conference
“Bring Out Your Dead”:
We have the pleasure of announcing the publication of the inaugural issue of the online journal Indian Journal of Critical Disability Studies. Since the journal is completely open-source/ open-access, both the complete issue as well as individual articles are available for download from the journal site.
Round Table: Why is Japan doing better than France against Covid-19?
This round table proposes to approach the topic of the management of the health crisis in Japan from a political and economic point of view to try to understand the difference between Japanese and French management of the crisis.
First presentation - Jean-Paul Gaudillière (Cermes3, Inserm, EHESS): The management of the Covid-19 pandemic in France: a historical weakness of public health?
This presentation will talk about the management of the Covid-19 pandemic in France.
The Urban Laboratory, based at UCL, are hosting an online film screening and panel discussion on Thursday 14th January, to examine the role of artistic production in challenging knowledge and inspiring activism around waste and toxicity, looking at these issues in the context of Latin America.
This event has been organised by Dr Adriana Massidda (De Montfort University), as part of a collaboration with Dr Hanna Baumann, based at UCL's Institute for Global Prosperity.
Call for Papers
Children around the world are "on the move" into other countries. Children (defined by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child as anyone under age 18) may travel to new countries on their own and unaccompanied by guardians or parents; they may be immigrants, asylum-seekers, or refugees who are fleeing adverse situations in hopes of finding better lives in new nations. Some children may arrive with parents or guardians and be separated from them in the process.
H-Envirohealth announces the inaugural installment of a new series, Lightning Lectures in Environment, Health, and History. These lectures, generally of two minutes or less, highlight research projects at the intersection of environmental and health or medical history and their relevance to contemporary events.
The European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (EAHMH) Conference on "Faith, Medicine and Religion"
Conference Dates: Sept 7–10, 2021